Things That I Believe Should Become Famous Marriage Quotes

So I am a huge fan of quotes.  I usually put at least one quote in each one of my presentations and often use them as a spring board in conversations where I want to make a specific point.  Which leads me to one of the items on my bucket list.  "Create a memorable quote."  So as a starting off point for this endeavor(I really feel like endeavor should be spelled with a 'u', but that is beside the point), I will begin creating some quotes for your consideration.

Soon to be famous(or forgotten) Marriage Quotes

"Marriage only requires the ability to keep your opinions to yourself until you are sure they are agreed upon." (Funny)

"If you can agree on one television show, one restaurant, and one piece of furniture, the rest of your marriage is gravy." (Funny)

"Marriage is the art of hiding your bad habits until you are forced to change them."  (Oh come on that is insightful and funny)

"Passion is a feeling, Love is a commitment, and Marriage is a test."  (Not so crazy about this one)

"The concept of social networks have been around for years in marriage.  Foursquare is your wife checking your debit card transactions to see where you have been.  Facebook was her calling your friend to make sure you were there and did what you said you were going to do.  Twitter was the quick response she would give you when you were in trouble.  And Pintrest was her leaving catalogues out on the counter with certain items marked so you knew what to buy her for your anniversary."  (It really doesn't flow all that well, but for us technology nerds it is funny, I swear)

"Being a good husband is all three things: being funny when you need to, being nice when you don't have to, and listening all the time."

"Nothing is sexier to a wife than getting all the chores done."  (Really my wife says this to me all the time, and it totally works)

Okay these might not be winners but it is a good and fun way start to my quest.  As I think of more I might add to this list.

As a related question what is something on your bucket list?


1 Response to "Things That I Believe Should Become Famous Marriage Quotes"

  1. Unknown says:

    Once the prospective bride and groom is selected by the families and their kundlis matched to make sure that they have a happy married life , the big Indian wedding starts unfurling with its numerous unique culture. Marriage will happen to everyone sooner or later. May be you are busy pubbing and clubbing today but for a happy and secure tomorrow marriage is the only way out. Indian Marriages are not only about the couple, they involve the whole family. The Mehndi night is a festive night in the girl's family where professional Mehndi artists draw intricate designs in henna on the hands of the bride and other female members. During the Sangeet, professional entertainers are brought to regale the guests.

    The individuals not only marry each other but tie an everlasting bond with each other's family. The Shagun is exchanged by the prospective families which consist of numerous gifts to the soon to be the wed couples. The wedding rituals start with the Haldi ceremony that is done to purify and ready the bride and groom for their union. Haldi and oil is poured over their body and hair by the family members after which they are forbidden to leave their house.

    When any one's marriage is settled, an auspicious day is fixed for the wedding. On the appointed day the bridegroom is taken in a grand procession to the bride's house. He is generally clad in white silk with saffron spots on it. He wears a crown of flowers on his head. He is seated on a fine mare and is joined by a large number of men carrying different sorts of articles of pomp and grandeur. He is accompanied by his relatives and friends who are attired in their best clothes. The children wear very gaudy dresses. The procession is generally led by a band. At intervals fire-works are let off.

    When the matrimony procession reaches the bride's house, shouts of welcome in different forms rend the air. The Swaagat is the ritual to welcome the groom and his entourage by the bride's family. The kith and kin of the bride come out to receive the bride-groom and his party and conduct them to a hall richly decorated and illuminated for the occasion. The bride watches the arrival from one window of the house, careful not to gaze upon his face and then comes out to welcome him. The guests and visitors take their seats in the same hall where they are served with tea and sweets. Some who are accustomed to smoke are offered hookas. Afterwards they are led to the dining hall where sweets, pudding, puries and other dainties are lavishly served to them.

    During Vidai, the bride's brother is entrusted with couple's care. The Baraat leaves for the groom’s house are announced with drum beats and is welcomed by the women of the family. The wedding reception is the party thrown by the groom's family to announce the wedding and this usually takes place a day after the wedding.

    Marriage involves all-the families! And the best of all, it Creates Generations! So think guys and hail this medium of happily remaining in a long term relationship.

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